All of the In Death books are good, but this one is particularly so. Poignant, humorous, and shocking at the same time.
Loved it, Eve and Rourke are fantastic. The story line was very good, didn't see that ending coming as Eve is such a stickler for the law. Susan Erickson's voice was made for the in Death series. Loved it, would definitely recommend it
One of the more futuristic entries in the "In Death" series. This combines interesting social questions with a peak at Roarke's personal life
These books just get better and better. Now we have a strange genetic thing going on, mind boggling. The narration again utterly fantastic. In the play comes Roarke's family for Thanksgiving and isn't that a challenge when a baby makes a beeline for Eve!
I found this book especially interesting as it turned the cloning question on its head. Could there be cloned and if there is how should they be treated.
Most definitely gets my recommendation. I love the interaction between Roarke and Dallas as usual. The story is a very scary close to where we are in this 21st century, situations that may very well be in play, and decisions that I expect will be on moral and political platforms very soon.
Roarke is my favorite...I totally love his style ! Peabody also is such a charm with her dry wit and the way she interacts with Dallas.
Susan is my favorite for the 'in Death' series. She really brings the characters to life!
Dallas and Roarke in the elevator when the Center was about to be destroyed...the way they said they loved each other...blah, blah, blah.
I would like to hear more about the Irish family in the series.
Fantastic! As always J D Robb writes a marvellous plot. The mystery of why a well renowned doctor of reconstructive and cosmetic of surgery who devoted his life to his family and his work was murdered was very, very good. And when his son who was also murdered in the same way as he happened, Lt Eve Dallas suspects there is something hidden that is not out in the open. With the help of Roarke, her husband and her team they worked diligently to uncover the truth. The ending and solution was good.
Attorney - love to listen to audio books
This could have been better if the stories of the Thanksgiving visit by the Irish clan and the Thanksgiving dinner had been told in more detail. I love Erickson's performances in the In Death series, except for her versions of Peabody and McNabb. The two people are too cute and likable to have such goofy voices.I enjoy the series, but I have got to confess - I do NOT like Eve Dallas, particularly in this book. She is generally a hateful acting person regardless of whether provoked or not. She is self centered and thinks her job, her mission, and her time is more important than anyone else's. I got it that she had a tough time as a kid, but that does not give her the right to be so rude and bullying toward everyone, even her husband, her caretaker Sommerset and her "friends" Mira and Peabody. Now I have that off my chest, I will say that despite Eve's meanness, I still very much like the series because of Roark, Peabody, McNabb, Morris, Freeny, Sommerset, Mira, Mavis, Leonardo, Louise, Charles, Baxter, Truebody, and everyone else that make the series so great.